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Jill’s Wonderful Wild Game recipe

visitor recipeThis delicious recipe makes it own gravy.My family prefers the gravy over mashed potatoes. Submitted byJill Reinking from Cheyenne, WY.

Recipe: Jill’s WonderfulWild Game

1 pound wild game (elk, goose)
5 cups milk
1 cup all-purpose flour
1/2 cup all-purpose baking mix
2 teaspoons salt, adjust for taste
1 tablespoon ground black pepper, adjust for taste
1 onion, peeled
1 tablespoon butter
1 (10.75-ounce) can condensed cream of mushroom
1 cup red wine

  • Slice wild game into 1/4-inch slices.Place meat slices in bowl with milk for 1/2 hour. (Milk mustcover the meat.)
  • Combine flour, baking mix, salt and pepperin a shallow dish. Slice onion into rings. Remove game slicesfrom milk and coat with flour mixture. In hot fry pan add butter,and quickly sear the wild game. Do not overcook.
  • Layer bottom of crock pot with wild game,then a layer of onions and finally a serving spoon full of mushroomsoup. Continue layering in this fashion until crock pot is full.Lastly, pour red wine over the top. Cook in crock pot on low8 hours.

    Makes 6 servings.

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    If you are introducing your family to wild game, it makes sense to start by using recipes that are familiar to them. While many kids would not touch antelope cutlets, many will readily devour tacos or spaghetti in which the ground beef is replaced with ground venison. Other excellent choices are chili and stew. If your child likes vegetable beef stew or chili, they are unlikely to bat an eye at a bowl of their favorite recipe, prepared with wild game as opposed to beef.

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